The Port of Chester 1863, Chester, England. The old port, 76 x 1520 cm (2′ 6″ x 5′), page thoroughly overhauled and updated. Chester, a civic reception for a great painting, 220 prints sold by the gallery AE Dutton & Sons in 2 weeks, why? 🙂, why? Answers are on my website page ! There … Read more
Normandy, on this day 6 June in 1944, the debarquement Normandie. In France this day, the Invasion of Normandy, Operation Overlord, is commemorated in style every year, our French friends do not forget their brave allies. Here is a previously unpublished photograph of four of those men. They don’t look like Hollywood heroes do they? … Read more
France is easing out of lockdown. Roche-Bernard, here is a glimpse to share with you of Saturday evening out with my neighbour lovely Patricia, a retired seamstress. We were visiting La Roche-Bernard in Brittany near where I live. A stroll, coffee, cakes and later a beer with the cafés at Roche-Bernard, enjoy.
‘Lie said to Truth’, not one of my paintings, an exquisite work though. A painting with a story worthy I think of remembering. The Lie said to the Truth, “Let’s take a bath together, the well water is very nice. The Truth, still suspicious, tested the water and found out it really was nice. So … Read more
Lies adversely affect us all bringing ruin. . The lies that underpin antisemitism begin in the media, hence my post above and that’s where honestreporting.com are specialists who offer you guidance. Reading, recommending, helping HonestReporting is no longer just about helping Israel, it’s a way for you to help your own community back at home when faced … Read more
Brest 96, the fleet departing Painting at Brest, I’ve made a better quality photograph and tidied up the text for this website page, enjoy ! 40 x 58 cm (16″ x 23″), for sale, available, offers from £ 750. Brest 96, a painting made on location of the fleet as it departed Brest. One of … Read more